Being gluten-free doesn’t mean you still can’t indulge in some good old fashioned soup and sandwich meals. Soup and sandwiches are two of my favorite things to eat for dinner in the fall and winter time (particularly grilled cheese and tomato soup). I’ve tested around some different gluten-free brands of bread and decided that for this particular recipe, I like Schar the best. Using my George Foreman grill, it was simple to assemble and easy to clean. From start to finish it took 15 minutes to make and clean up. Now that’s my kind of meal!
2 slices Schar Gluten-Free Bread
2 TBSP Dijonnaise
2 slices thinly sliced provolone cheese
3 thin slices Avocado
6 thin slices deli turkey
Plug in your George Foreman grill OR heat up a cast iron skillet OR whatever skillet you have.
Smear 1 TBSP of Dijonnaise on each slice of bread, face up.
Place 1 slice of provolone cheese on 1 slice of bread (dijonnaise side up).
Top with 6 slices of turkey and avocado pieces.
Gently place the remaining slice of cheese on top and place remaining slice of bread dijonnaise side down on top of your sandwich.
Place in your grill, gently push down to flatten your sandwich. Let cook for 5-7 minutes or until your bread is toasted.
Serve with your favorite soup. Pacific Brand Winter Squash soup is pictured.